Digital communications agency Code Computerlove is celebrating an impressive triple win of work for Eyeblaster, Neville Johnson and Virtual Mirrors.

Code has been appointed by integrated digital marketing experts Eyeblaster, to produce their new corporate website. Eyeblaster employs more than 150 people across over a dozen markets globally, with Code competing against London and New York agencies for the prestigious project. Eyeblaster is recognised in the digital marketing industry as one of the pioneers of developing media rich, interactive online advertising ad technology and is credited for establishing an online platform which enables agencies, creative shops and publishers to plan, upload, approve, serve and track online ads in one interface.

Code are delighted to be working with Eyeblaster as it continues to develop the first global integrated digital campaign management technology and service offering for media agencies and brands. Code will ensure the new Eyeblaster site offers a wealth of interactive features to demonstrate the company’s commitment to industry best practice and education

Following a 3-way pitch, leading bespoke furniture designers and manufacturers Neville Johnson, has appointed Code as their retained online digital agency. Code will produce a new website and handle all online marketing for Neville Johnson who are market leaders in high quality fitted home offices. The new site will be launched at the end of the year and will act as a central communication hub to which the business will direct all consumers from its national advertising campaigns. The digital marketing team at Code have also been tasked with creating and managing an effective online recruitment programme for AB1 consumers to integrate with the company’s offline marketing programme. The strategy will start with an SEO review and a roll out of a reviewed PPC campaign.

Completing the triple win, Code has also been appointed by Virtual Mirrors, a clothing technology company, to produce an online interface for a new service set to revolutionise the bespoke clothing industry.
Commenting on the wins, Code managing director Tony Foggett said, “The last 12 months have been our most successful to date and it’s great to finish off the year with this trio of new accounts. They are all industry leaders in their own fields and are an indication of the breadth and scope of the agency’s current projects and of the diversity of the work we now undertake.”

Award-winning Code, formed in 1999, is a full service digital marketing agency that employs 45 people. The agency's client list includes Waterstone’s, Kimberly Clark Corporation, HMV, Sharwood’s, NUS Services, BUPA, and Crown Paint.

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Published on: 12:00AM on 28th November 2006